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City Life

GBH Canceled Arthur. Despite Its Best Efforts, It Couldn’t Cancel Arthur Memes

Arthur, the PBS show produced by GBH in Boston for the past 25 years, is over. Its last season, sadly, will air early next year, […]

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City Life

I Tried It: The Boston Harbor Seaplane

If you were taking a stroll along Boston Harbor on Wednesday to enjoy a brief glimpse of the sun this summer, you might have spotted […]

Arts & Entertainment

A Brief History of Bennifer Sightings in Boston

Boston loves a celeb sighting. We get quite a few of them these days, given the movie industry’s obsession with filming here. You no doubt […]

Style

Ready, Set, Celebrate: Five Spots to Shop Summer Party Essentials

FOR COOKOUTS Didriks From tiny squares of grass in the South End to sprawling lawns in the ’burbs, the experts here will help transform any […]

Wellness

Looking for Ways to Enrich Your Child’s Health? Dance Classes Can Help

Let’s be honest. As beautiful and beloved as our children are, it can be hard to strike a balance between all the pillars of their […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Joey McIntyre of New Kids on the Block

Boy-band fans of a certain age may know Joey McIntyre as the youngest member of New Kids on the Block, but in the years since […]

Travel

Boston Traveler: Find Peace and Quiet on Sebago Lake in Maine

Ah, the sound of peace and quiet. That’s the biggest selling point of a trip to Sebago Lake, where nature is always front and center. […]

Sponsor Content

INBOUND 2021: The Ultimate Guide to the Immersive New Experience

Leave it to INBOUND to plan an epic digital event that blows all others out of the water. The 10th anniversary of the annual gathering […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Get Face to Face with the Jurassic at the Jurassic Quest Drive-Through

While we may not have a Jurassic Park movie to cheer on in theaters right now, you can still experience the thrills of a dinosaur […]

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Arts & Entertainment

The Roaring Twenties Lawn Party Is Back In-Person at the Crane Estate

After going virtual in 2020, the annual Roaring Twenties Lawn Party is returning to the Crane Estate for a live, in-person event, thanks to the […]

City Life

The Unlikely Rise, and Uncommonly Wide Appeal, of Boston’s “Be a Man” Guy

The format is simple. A gruff middle-aged Bostonian man stands in front of a green screen, as thematically relevant images flick by. Soothing mood music […]

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Arts & Entertainment

How to Honor Juneteenth in Boston This Weekend

Each year, Juneteenth commemorates the end of Black slavery in the United States—specifically, on the anniversary of June 19, 1865. Although Abraham Lincoln signed the […]

Travel

5 Reasons Why St. Kitts Is the Hidden Gem of the Caribbean

You deserve a vacation, an escape to somewhere warm and tranquil. Somewhere a world away from your worries where you can make memories that will […]

Travel

Be One of the First to Experience Reimagined Luxury at The Langham, Boston

The wait is finally over. The Langham, an iconic landmark and one of Boston’s best hotels, is reopening its doors later this month. After a […]

City Life

The “Real” Secret Boston Is Spending $250,000 to Go to War with the Other One

If you thought Secret Boston’s Michelle McCormack would abide a new “Secret Boston” showing up on her turf without a fight, you don’t know her very […]